In the framework of the 19th Annual Homeland & Global Security Forum to take place in Brussels (Belgium), from October 25 to 28, a Special Programme, organized in association with the African Women’s Forum, will be dedicated to the new migration flow issues which require new ethical, social & political concepts. In addition, this Session, to be held on Thursday October 26, will address the challenges faced by migrant unaccompanied or separated children and Women.
Among the topics to be addressed :
- Migratory tragedies are announcing the necessity of a historically new approach in our vision of the World
- Will the European Union, structurally fragile, face the internal impact of the situation and this new dramatic challenge?
- Children and Women Migrants fleeing conflicts or poverty meet exploitation and violence dangers : Calling on the international community to take urgent actions and provide them with safety, education and health services
- Mediterranean Cooperation : business and foreign investment climate must be reconsidered